The Financial Times:”Leskovac the most investment-attractive small town in Europe”

In its European Cities and Regions of the Future 2024 report, fDi magazine, a publication of the Financial Times, puts Belgrade in the high 7th place in the category of large European cities when it comes to human capital, whereas Leskovac ranked 1st as the most attractive small city to investors.

This list ranks the best investment locations in Europe, with Serbia standing out with several cities and regions which have placed among the best investment locations.

This year, Belgrade has been ranked the best in its category, while Leskovac is the winner in the small city category.

In addition to Belgrade and Leskovac, in the category of mid-sized cities the reputable British business magazine has also ranked Kragujevac in the 8th place in terms of cost effectiveness, in addition to Šimanovci, Zrenjanin and Subotica.

In the Human Capital and Lifestyle group, the capital of Serbia has placed 7th because it stands out for its abundant cultural events, high living standard and diverse education options, making it attractive to foreign experts and young talents.

In the Cost Effectiveness group, Belgrade has ranked 9th, because it offers competitive costs of living and doing business compared to other European cities. The Serbian capital has also been ranked 8th in the Business Friendliness group, thanks to its favourable business environment, simple administrative procedures and support to foreign investors.

(RTS, 18.02.2024)

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